Monthly Archives: August 2017

HyperX reveals new Alloy Elite mechanical keyboard – Peripherals – Keyboards & Mice

Complete with Cherry switches and lighting because that’s how 2017 rolls. HyperX has just added to its growing keyboard lineup with the new Alloy elite gaming keyboard. Powered by mechanical switches (and, you know, your own fingers), the Alloy Elite is aimed at gamers looking for a little more bling and solidity in their lives. Aside […]

Cooler Master unveils MM520 and MM530 gaming mice – Peripherals – Keyboards & Mice

Claw or palm grip – it’s your pick! There are two types of people in the world – those who calmly grip their mice in the palm of their hand in a relaxed, rational manner, and those who grip it with a twisted claw of hate, an intimation of RSI and carpal tunnel syndrome to […]

Razer’s Atheris mouse just keeps on pwning – Peripherals – PC – Keyboards & Mice

Apparently it’s named after a type of viper. We’ve indulged in some pretty mammoth gaming sessions in our time but nothing that would come close to exhausting Razer’s Atheris mouse. Even with an Overwatch-ready 7200 DPI optical sensor and sturdy wireless tech, its battery will keep you firing for over 300 hours. If you do manage […]

One Minute Review: Tesoro Gram Spectrum keyboard – Peripherals – PC – Keyboards & Mice

A solid ‘board let down by bad drivers. T he Gram is built around both a new, Tesoro designed switch named the “Agile” as well as a proprietary keycap. The Agile switch is a short throw switch along the same lines as the Cherry Speed, but has more of a clicky, tactile feel that feels […]

One Minute Review: Tt Esports Meka Pro keyboard – Peripherals – PC – Keyboards & Mice

Amazing features for the pricepoint. There are many keyboards available around the $129 price point, but few offer the value and functionality of the Meka Pro. The keyboard uses Cherry MX Blue, Red or Brown switches (the review unit featured Red switches) and on the surface appears to be a very straightforward entry level mechanical […]